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The following streetcar lines once operated in Staten Island, New York City, New York, United States.

Richmond Light and Railroad CompanyEdit

The Richmond Light and Railroad Company operated a system in northeastern Staten Island.

Name From To Streets Abandoned Notes
1 Port Ivory St. George Ferry Terminal Richmond Terrace January 21, 1934 now the S40 bus
2 Shore Acres St. George Ferry Terminal Bay Street January 7, 1934 now the S51 bus
3 Port Richmond St. George Ferry Terminal Richmond Terrace, Clove Road, Castleton Avenue, Jersey Street, Victory Boulevard, and Bay Street January 14, 1934 now the S46 bus
4 Bulls Head Port Richmond Richmond Avenue, Forest Avenue, and Port Richmond Avenue December 31, 1933 now the S59 bus
5 Ward Hill St. George Ferry Terminal Jersey Street and Richmond Terrace December 31, 1933 now the S52 bus
6 Port Richmond St. George Ferry Terminal Richmond Terrace January 21, 1934 now the S40 bus

Staten Island Midland RailwayEdit

The Staten Island Midland Railway operated in central Staten Island.

Name From To Streets Abandoned Notes
Midland Beach Line Midland Beach St. George Ferry Terminal Midland Avenue, Lincoln Avenue, Richmond Road, Van Duzer Street, Broad Street, Canal Street, Wright Street, Van Duzer Street, Victory Boulevard, and Bay Street operated as the S72 bus until ca. 2000
Concord Line Port Richmond St. George Ferry Terminal Richmond Terrace, Jewett Avenue, Victory Boulevard, Clove Road, Richmond Road, Van Duzer Street, Broad Street, Canal Street, Wright Street, Van Duzer Street, Montgomery Street, Hyatt Street, and Bay Street October 16, 1927 now the S53, S66, and S74 buses
Manor Road Line Todt Hill Livingston Manor Road, Delafield Avenue, Clove Road, Castleton Avenue, and Broadway August 21, 1927 now the S54 bus
Richmond Line Richmondtown St. George Ferry Terminal Richmond Road, Van Duzer Street, Broad Street, Canal Street, Wright Street, Van Duzer Street, Victory Boulevard, and Bay Street October 16, 1927 now the S74 bus
Silver Lake Line Port Richmond St. George Ferry Terminal Richmond Terrace, Jewett Avenue, Victory Boulevard, and Bay Street January 26, 1934 taken over by the Richmond Light and Railroad Company as route 7 in 1927
now the S62 and S66 buses

ReferencesEdit


New York City area surface transit
Major bus operators NYCTA/MaBSTOAMTA BusMTA Long Island BusSuffolk County TransitBee-Line Bus SystemNJ Transit
Bus routes BronxBrooklynManhattanQueensStaten IslandExpress/multi-boroNassauWestchester
MaBSTOA garages Bronx: Gun HillKingsbridgeMother Clara HaleWest Farms
Manhattan: TuskegeeManhattanvilleMichael J. Quill
NYCTA garages Brooklyn: East New YorkFlatbushFresh PondJackie GleasonUlmer Park
Manhattan: 126th Street
Queens: Casey StengelJamaicaQueens Village
Staten Island: CastletonYukonCharlestonMeredith
MTA Bus garages Baisley ParkCollege PointEastchesterFar RockawayJohn F. KennedyLaGuardiaSpring CreekYonkers
NYCTA maintenance facilities East New YorkZerega Avenue
Former major streetcar operators 2nd Ave3rd Ave8th & 9th AvesB&QT (BMT)LIEM&QNY RailwaysNY&HNY&LI
NY&NSNY&QCOcean ElectricPublic ServiceRichmondSI MidlandSteinway
Former streetcar lines BronxBrooklynManhattanQueensStaten IslandLong IslandWestchester
Other articles NYCTA/MTA Bus bus modelsMetroCardOther NYC transit

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